Premier Scott Moe today announced that a byelection will be held on September 12 to fill the vacant Regina Northeast seat.
Premier Moe today announced changes to his cabinet including a new Agriculture Minister and a new Minister of Highways and Infrastructure following the resignation of Lyle Stewart from cabinet for health reasons.
The Government of Saskatchewan is investing more than $1.5 million in facility and infrastructure improvements for parks in the province’s South West in 2018-19.
The Government of Saskatchewan has allocated the remaining licensed child care centre spaces as part of the Canada-Saskatchewan Early Learning and Child Care Agreement. Today’s announcement provides a total of 447 spaces in the communities of Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, Beauval, and Vonda.
A monument to commemorate and honour those who died while attending the Regina Indian Industrial School (RIIS) over 100 years ago was unveiled today.
The Legal Services Task Team, appointed in 2017 to examine the possibility of allowing non-lawyers to provide some legal services, has released its final report.
Today, Lieutenant Governor W. Thomas Molloy announced nominations will be accepted until November 1, 2018 for the 2019 recipients of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit.
The Government of Saskatchewan is investing over $11 million in facility and infrastructure improvements throughout provincial parks in 2018-19, including nearly $3.6 million for parks in the province’s North West.
Investing in modern, efficient public infrastructure is key to promoting economic growth, strengthening the middle class and developing healthy sustainable communities.
Lyle Stewart today announced he will be stepping down as Saskatchewan’s Minister of Agriculture to focus on his battle with cancer. Stewart will remain as MLA for Lumsden-Morse.